Tremendous amounts of financial and human resources have gone into short-term missions in the last two decades. Is the effort, time, and money worth it? More importantly, what is the biblical basis for short-term missions?
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In 1963, Ralph G. Braun began a home Bible study. But his study was a bit different. He used a chronological approach, hand signs, and a map laid out in his living room. Braun called this unique method Old and New Testament Walk-Through.
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Each year tens of thousands of women and men from North America participate in short-term mission trips sponsored by local churches, mission organizations, and Christian colleges.1
I am concerned that short-term missions has gotten out of hand.